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Apache Spark Training

    Through real-world examples, Apache Spark training gives in-depth knowledge of all the basic principles of Apache Spark and Big Data analytics. Through industry-based real-time projects, you'll learn hands-on skills and understanding in designing Spark applications, which will help you become a certified Apache Spark developer.

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Apache Spark Training

Apache Spark Training
he Cloud Apache Spark Training Certification training helps you explore best practices and design patterns to help you architect optimal IT solutions on AWS, then build and explore a variety of infrastructures through guided, hands-on activity. You learn how to create fledgling architectures and build them into robust and adaptive solutions.

What is Apache Spark Training?

In simple terms, cloud computing allows you to rent instead of buy your IT. Rather than investing heavily in databases, software, and hardware, companies opt to access their compute power via the internet, or the cloud, and pay for it as they use it. These cloud services now include, but are not limited to, servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and business intelligence. Cloud computing provides the speed, scalability, and flexibility that enables businesses to develop, innovate, and support business IT solutions.

What IS Apache Spark Training ?

There are several trends pushing business—across all industries—toward the cloud. For most organizations, the current way of doing business might not deliver the agility to grow, or may not provide the platform or flexibility to compete. The explosion of data created by an increasing number of digital businesses is pushing the cost and complexity of data center storage to new levels—demanding new skills and analytics tools from IT.

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Course Outline

Cloud computing is the on-demand availability of computer system resources, especially data storage and computing power, without direct active management by the user. The term is generally used to describe data centers available to many users over the Internet.

When a company chooses to “move to the cloud,” it means that its IT infrastructure is stored offsite, at a data center that is maintained by the cloud computing provider. An industry-leading cloud provider has the responsibility for managing the customer’s IT infrastructure, integrating applications, and developing new capabilities and functionality to keep pace with market demands. For customers, cloud computing offers more agility, scale, and flexibility. Instead of spending money and resources on legacy IT systems, customers are able to focus on more strategic tasks. Without making a large upfront investment, they can quickly access the computing resources they need—and pay only for what they use.

Who is Cloud Computing Certification Training for?

The Cloud Computing training is intended for:

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